As you've noted, it was made by Stitzel-Weller before Heaven Hill bought the brand. The bottle with the label similar to today's was the "normal" product, but it they also bottled it in decanter bottles. There was a series of sports-oriented decanters and some ceramic figurals. One was a hillbilly that's found commonly on EBay and at yard sales. Occasionally you can find them on EBay unopened. Unless someone REALLY wants it bad, you should be able to get one of those for under fifty dollars.
There's an interesting story about Cabin Still and how that brand is associated with the family's loss of the distillery. Mike Veach can tell the story better than I, and Julian Van Winkle's sister Sally Campbell has already done so beautifully in her book, "But Always Fine Bourbon".